Uganda media in court following Bobi Wine coverage+++S Sudan government defends move to sack 40 overseas diplomats +++Residents of Kasese in Uganda dump kerosene for renewable energy+++Why Gambian artistes are taking part in Quran recitation challenge during Ramadan period.
Nigeria hit by severe heat wave as muslim faithful’s on Ramadan strive to cope with soaring temperatures+++Ugandans in search of opportunities learn the Chinese language+++Kenyan High Court allows police spy confession in the brutal murder of human rights lawyer Willy Kimani
Police in Nigeria's commercial capital Lagos, arrested several sex workers from night clubs and on the streets. However, the sex workers accused the police of sexually assaulting them during the arrests. Many of the young girls involved in the sex trade say that because of poverty, they have no option but to engage in prostitution.
International Day of Family: Polygamy in Africa +++ Namibia gripped by the worst drought in decades +++ Nollywood steps in as Sierra Leone's new rape laws appear ineffective +++ Nigerian government fights prostitution +++ Uganda's most experienced crocodile catcher
Gunmen target Christian worshippers in Burkina Faso +++ UN Security council to discuss Cameroon crisis +++ Nigeria's failure to stem wave of kidnappings +++ Senegal close to eradicating tsetse fly +++ Sports with Samson Omale
South Africa's ruling ANC wins its sixth election +++ US-China trade dispute +++ Nigeria: Has Kano's Emir's powers been diluted? +++ Malawi accuses Nigerians and Russians of attempting to rig elections
South Africa votes with corruption, jobs as big issues+++ Speculations is rife Cameroonian president Paul Biya has given his executive powers to the secretary general?+++ In Ghana female truck drivers rise up to the challenge in the women only truck logistics company
South Africans gear up for elections on Wednesday +++ East African leaders make last-ditch efforts to save South Sudan peace deal +++ Rwanda’s Hutus and Tutsis who reconciled after the genocide+++ The Gambia's only female Paralympic athlete
South Africa: two days ahead of presidential elections +++ Palestinian leaders in Gaza accept ceasefire with Israel +++ Sudan: state of talks between protest leaders and military council +++ Uganda mulls legalizing medical marijuana +++ Ghana: sanitary conditions of delivery rooms
Germany's Chancellor Angela Merkel visits West Africa and pledges to support the region in its fight against Islamist terrorism+++Ugandan opposition politician Bobi Wine is freed on bail+++ Deadly clashes in Venezuela plunge the country deeper into political crisis.
Olympic champion Semenya loses appeal over testosterone rules+++Dutch court rules widows of executed Nigeria activists can continue case against Shell +++New Afro barometer poll shows many people in Africa willing to trade freedom for security
Uganda police clash with supporters of pop star opposition MP Bobi Wine+++Nigeria’s anti-corruption agency arraigns football officials for misappropriation of funds amounting to $9.5 million dollars +++One man’s dream of making it big in Nigeria’s competitive theatre scene and massive film industry Nollywood
Sierra Leone lifts a month-long ban on industrial fishing+++Nigerian government deploys troops to search for unknown gunmen who are kidnapping foreign workers for ransom+++Sudan's military and opposition agree on joint council+++A music therapist in Ghana uses music to improve the health condition of children with special needs
Sudanese protesters converge for a "million-strong" demonstration to turn up the heat on the ruling military council+++As cyclone Kenneth approaches Mozambique it leaves people in the Comoros Island without power+++Ghana digitalizes the agricultural sector for the youth+++Women in Cameroon call for peace
Some activists are not happy with Egypt hosting the Africa human rights summit+++Dozens killed in floods in South Africa+++ United Nations Security Council adopts a watered-down resolution on sexual violence in conflict zones+++ Katsina State in Nigeria faces an acute water scarcity